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The Pediatric Research Department at Beaumont Children's Hospital seeks to improve the care and treatment of pediatric patients with a variety of disease processes. It is comprised of clinical and outcomes research. Studies are supported by philanthropy, federal sponsors, industry, or foundation grants/contracts.
Our inpatient research encompasses our NICU, a 61 bed level III (tertiary care) perinatal referral center, PICU and Pediatric floor. Especially dealing with children, the entire family is our primary customers. In order to achieve these endeavors, we work in partnership with the Pediatric attending staff and residents to address all subspecialties of Pediatrics including but not limited to Newborn medicine, Infectious disease, Endocrinology, Neurology, Physical Medicine and Rehab, Retinal Ophthalmology, Developmental Pediatrics and General Pediatrics both in the inpatient and outpatient settings.
Our small staff of clinical researchers coordinates trials in various stages of patient enrollment, and follow-up. Our most current clinical research involves:
We recently expanded our area to include an NIH / Medicare study for elderly patients, known as the LOTT study and help with integrative medicine trial of massage helping those who suffer from chemo-induced neuropathy.
Our principal investigators have been chosen to share research at many different conferences and meetings. Many have been published in peer reviewed journals and M. Jeffery Maisels, M.D., has received a number of research awards most recently including the Apgar Award and others.
Graham Krassan, M.D.Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist
M. Bassam Dekelbab, M.D.Endocrinologist
Beth Kring, RN, CCRAssociate Nurse ManagerPediatric ResearchPhone: 248-898-7289